Sex has a goal, purpose and direction. It is a goal directed activity like all the tasks we do in our daily life i.e. job, love, friendship. People need awareness about how they can train their mind to maximize the benefits of sex for their body, mind and actions by finding out the objectives they want to focus on. Sex is related to whole human being and not only a temporary period. An interesting research  on sexual functioning of women found out that breastfeeding supply enhances if she feels more intimacy and her perception about the father of child is satisfactory. This community-based survey discovered a factor of bonding among partners as an important indicator of good sexual health.
Sexual disorders are common in women around the world comorbid with other illness. This prevalence is influenced by many other psychological factors i.e. domestic violence, injury , history of abuse and neurological issues. The development of mindfulness training programs to aware people about their body and its requirements, care and demands are the point of central attention.
Due to the fact that people believe sexual health as a physical issue, we start meditation on a physical level for the cure of sexual issues and to enhance vitality. The physical postures in yoga have research evidence for effects on cognition, feelings and behaviors related to sexual activities. This is the most ancient method including breathing techniques that works on the components of meditation  we practice today. The concentration we has on our body during practice and on the goal we set to achieve something from ours sexual performance is the key in identifying how it benefits sexual complaints in one’s life.
A lot of literature has supported meditation for sexual health. They have shown a direct link of mindfulness, being present in the moment, being aware about own body and other’s effect on sexual performance has a major role to play in the enhancement  of sexual health. The relationship studies have investigated that sexual difficulties and its experience alters the whole sexual function. The absence and presence of meditation moderates this effect. A survey asked individuals about their meditation experience and effect on sexual desire. Those who were aware of this relationship reported benefits for health and mood while others failed to relate. The trials that tested women with sexual health issues in a controlled environment provided significant outcomes following meditation for weeks.